If you have been arrested for drunk driving, DUI attorney David Willis can answer your questions and help you through the legal process. Attorney David Willis may even be able to delay or prevent the suspension of your driver’s license or help you avoid jail time.
Your DUI attorney will evaluate your case to determine whether you should take your case to trial or enter a plea negotiation, if that option is available. In making this determination, your attorney will look at the strengths and weaknesses of both your case and the prosecution’s case.
Analyzing the Prosecutor’s Case
In analyzing the prosecution’s DUI case against you, your DUI attorney will look at various factors. First, your attorney will analyze the state’s evidence to see whether the prosecution can prove the elements of the case beyond a reasonable doubt.
Another factor your DUI attorney will need to consider is whether the prosecution can prove it had probable cause to stop you based upon your appearance, demeanor, conduct, manner of driving, and how you reacted to the arresting officer’s instructions at the time of arrest.
We Can Help
Texas DUI laws are strict and designed for zero tolerance. A DUI is a very serious matter that can have adverse affects on your life. As such, if you have been arrested for a DUI, it is imperative to take your DUI seriously and consult with a DUI Attorney as soon as possible.
For more information or to schedule a complimentary consultation with DUI attorney David Willis, please call (901) 383-3283